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A struggle for control of the Southend and Carlisle airport owner sees former boss sacked from the board.
The IMF warns the Trump administration's trade policies risk undermining the global trade system.
"A shame for Derby", as Rolls-Royce announces thousands of jobs will go at its headquarters in the city.
The European Central Bank says it will end its €2.5tn bond-buying programme in December.
Retail sales grew much faster than expected last month, as the wedding and sunny weather helped spending.
Manchester-based clothing retailer N Brown wants to close its stores to focus on online sales.
The engineering firm will shed the jobs over two years, hitting back office and management roles in the UK.
Firm is under pressure to explain why Switch owners cannot use PS4-linked Fortnite accounts.
Why South Korean TV shows - so-called K-dramas - are growing in popularity around the world.
The 24 hour race at Le Mans is usually dominated by big car manufacturers. But this year smaller teams are in with a chance of victory.
The UK's trade unions are urging bosses to be flexible with staff who want to follow the football action.
The US media giant has offered to buy 21st Century Fox assets for $65bn in a challenge to Disney.
The US central bank has increased its benchmark rate by 0.25%.
The German car giant is fined for selling diesel cars containing software which cheated emissions tests.
The regulator Ofcom says it wants to cap the price of directory enquiry calls at £3.10 for 90 seconds.
The airport's North Terminal will be extended, as part of the five-year investment plans.
Large numbers of shareholders vote against the re-election of the WPP chairman.
A sea change in US policy is having repercussions around the world.
The Supreme Court ruling has significant implications for the rights of so called gig economy workers.
Pub chain to offer British sparkling wines instead of champagne in the run up to Brexit.